Youth culture : identity in a postmodern world /

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Other Authors: Epstein, Jonathon S.
Format: Book
Published: Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, 1998.
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Table of Contents:
  • List of Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1: Introduction: Generation X, Youth Culture, and Identity, Jonathon S. Epstein, p. 1
  • 2: Teenage Sexuality, Body Politics, and the Pedagogy of Display, Henry A. Giroux, p. 24
  • 3: Teens and Schools: Who Is Falling through the Cracks and Why, Sarah Nixon-Ponder, p. 56
  • 4: Beavis and Butt-Head: No Future for Postmodern Youth, Steven Best, p. 74
  • 5: The Industrial Identity Crisis: the Failure of a Newly Forming Subculture to Identify Itself, David A. Locher, p. 100
  • 6: Identity and Status Stratification in Deadhead Subculture, Robert Sardiello, p. 118
  • 7: "Don't Need You:" Rethinking Identity Politics and Separatism from a Grrrl Perspective, Mary Celeste Kearney, p. 148
  • 8: "Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle:" Pan-capitalism and Alternative Rock, Javier Santiago-Lucerna, p. 189
  • 9: "This Ain't No Disco" ... or Is It? Youth Culture and the Rave Phenomenon, Lori Tomlinson, p. 195
  • 10: Growing up Punk: Meaning and Commitment Careers in a Contemporary Youth Subculture, Linda Andes, p. 212
  • 11: "When It All Changed:" Cyberpunk and the Baby Boom's Rejection of Religious Institutions, Samuel R. Smith, p. 232
  • 12: Social Justice and Sexism for Adolescents: a Content Analysis of Lyrical Themes and Gender Presentations in Canadian Heavy Metal Music, 1985-1991, Bruce K. Friesen, p. 263
  • 13: Incubus: Male Songwriters' Portrayal of Women's Sexuality in Pop Metal Music, Lisa J. Sloat, p. 286
  • 14: Explorations in Youth Culture. Amateur Stripping: What We Know and What We Don't, Thomas C. Calhoun, p. 302
  • Index, p. 327